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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It,, THURSDAY, rEn. 4, 1909.
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CIRCULATION LARQSST OF ANY
in the Territory
- i i tiaicoriai Kooms. - ia
California legislators have proved
thtdr nlillllv tn listen t lcason. I
Honnlulit wan In n Ihnrtiugh-gultig
: American for Judge of the fulled
llnnolulu does not-luk for aniura-
Iinonl ill the next two week. Ami
.UiOll the Legislature for slxt.v days!
"Wntertown." That sounds In-
VtenBoly nrnetlinl us the nnme of the
('. 1 . i .. . . ......... In
y'JntCEl addition to Honolulu suburbs.
Tlio Atcl,erleH obvlouslv wish U'illrcinito Is that such n large pcrccn
llDown that no Rutin of the dlsap-
.' Rearing vnriet nre mounted on the
parapets of their ilnnik lie.
Taxation will he one of the serious
i tttntilpiim for the loniing Legislature.
'f It not time for Home expression j
fioiu the business men of the city, I
m., uuvit .... -. i
MTt.nn ninetr nnrtmnt ai
IShnfter and I.nllehna Is
pliere intiHt be n large slinre of pros
perity passed out to the citizen popu
lation of Honolulu on ever pay-day.
That Port stteet hug not et been
llttod With dollars Is no pioof that
Honolulu is not now growing nud
pound to go far beyond Its prcsuiit
When the Island of Oalm Is of such
great value to tho American Nation,
Kvliy sliould nnyono doubt Hint the
EVntue of roal estato within tho city
JiJt Honolulu, will strike a higher av-
.Miotic Klsher brought rain to Can-
at OH iind now seems duo to bo Clowned
'.tlio rnln-god of llonolulti. The rain
Ih uueded, but Mlnue will 11ml Ului-
IM'ir unpopular ir ins spell uoius un
It'll tho 22d of Kobruury.
Si Nevada Is rough nnd to the point.
Fits Legislature states plainly tlio
(cause for tho resolution directed
against tho Japanese, it wants thoUomethliig to cat and drink and lis
blg battleship fleet on the Tactile
-Const, and of such nre the people of
Jnpanese ugltators In Hawaii ate
using more threatening language In
'n day than has conic fiom the agltu
tfirs of the Pacific Coast In weeks
S '"When it roines to strict comparisons
ilio .American people exercise a won
lifii'l amount of telf-eontiul nnd
Sugar factors cou'd Improve the
passenger aivommodntrons between
Honolulu nud tho Tactile Coast fully
duo bundled per cent, by demanding
tfthnt companies awarded tho gicat
freight contracts shall provide for
lia&sengcrs on steamships between
Island ports and tho Coast.
. Tho city and county of Honolulu
should provldo for a first-class belt
road around this Island. It wllT"mT
, tract tourists and Honolulu wants
! 'touristy, it win promoio comion-
"Vl.l.. ,.....nl ..... ..n.i...it .nal,l..1ttlt
ill'HT llillfl Ul 1'Cl IllUllVlll. vo,uv,l.u,
tind wo want more permanent iesl
Clients of tho contented class.
r a- President Roosevelt will nlwnys re.
T'mfilii n prnnt man. but lie will bo out
of olllce one mouth from today. It
Jh, therefore, tho part of wisdom for
HOinu of our Rood cltUcns to realize
lythat Iloobovolt will not direct tho pol
'ley of tho Incoming Administration,
t-thougli "IIIH" nnd "T. It." remain the
f)nst of friends.
M - -
v jt Mr. Dearborn once said his coin-
. puny would put a urat-ciass pnssen-
ger liner; between Honolulu and San
V-I-'iiinclRCO If the merchants would
Kuariuiteo freight. 1'ulllng of the
jjtysuiirnntco, tho pauscngor steamship
failed. Ho ovldently had a premonl-
Hon of tho flcklo clutracter of llono-
'lulu suppoit for American shipping.
Tho description of the Hums-John-
r" - won pilzo-llgiii written ny me ajuncy
r jFToleBniplt'ii special writer. Is one. of
'ffthn best things of the kind that has
annearcil In icccnt1 times. lift, com-
JFJ. incut on tho crowd, tho piomotloii
S tj.valtio of u prlzo-ilgbt, and tho nntur
ijinI Bynipnthy of Australians, brings
Tit) tho ntmnsplicro or a cunmpionsuip
jla contest nnd ttxplnins why prIzo-flght-(
,?lnK still lives aud has such a great
issued on Tncsday cf cftch week.
- - Editor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
Office, - 256.
Enterrd At thr PmtnlTice Rt Honolulu
ns h uint tUti muter.
. . . . FEBRUARY 4, 1909
POLITICIANS AND WORKERS.
I Supei vlsm Quliin mill IiIh associates
among tin' iltv fathers will merit
great fnvoi with Hit" peoplo If lliey
t.'it) out the pnllij suggested by Mr.
Quliin fur tlio employment of polltl
All things being equal, the man
active In politics should have tlio
I leforonco among candidates for pub-
lln awt1 n I'tmili .lilu.ui dlimal.l 1..
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political worker. The cuuse for tlio
I term 'politician" having fallen into
tdgo of otherwise honest anal decent
citizens fall In the perforliumco of
thplr duty as inllt IcIhiih.
Thom who do attend to this first
duty II ml that the man capable of do
Iiir honest Killtlial work and nn linn-
et ''ay' labor for the public Is not
such nn exception to the rule ns tho
critics would have them believe.
It has becomo a popular fad among
tho men who do nothing and arc the
worst enemies of popular government
to speak slightingly of tho politician.
While the illy nud county of Hono
lulu has nut been highly cdlflcd by
the showing made thus far In tliu
forms and ceremonies unit technical
ities of government, the nllliciH elec
ted to conduct the business of tho city
may be forglron many of their sins
II they shall burnish up tbulr record
Willi much practical accomplishment
and tho use of politicians who aic al
GETTING yONEY BACK THROUGH
511ns Mnrjoile (build of New York,
who Is n good-looking, well-munncrod
nnd ell-taught girl of respectable
though wealthy parentage, mndo her
debut In Now York at n dinner and
cotillon vrkesa cost tho enthusiastic
society editors estimate to have been
considerably moro than $100,000.
Half of this sum wns disbursed for
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, A very attractive cottage near the
car line, at a bargain for the next
JJuildiiijr lot, Wanoa Koad; uu,uuu
sq. ft., price $1600.
.Building lot on .hast Manoa noau,
corner Hillside Ave.; 17,500 sq. ft.,
K A I M U K I
House and lot on Cocoa Avenue;
lot 19,000 so. ft., corner lot, and
modem house, jrice $3500.
Eight lots, cleared and fenced, cor,
Eighth and Mnuna Loa Avenues,
House and lot, cor. Seventh and
Mauna Loa, 00,000 sq. ft,, improved,
modem cottage, new, price $3180.
Modern cottage, small lot, price
K A L I H I
Gulick Ave., modem cottage, lot
1UU x 1UU. Price $2100,
COR. PORT AND MERCHANT STS.
MILES OF SEA BRIDGED BY ONE
In the Pineapple Country
new, well-kept, li-ioom bun
galow with ftont and lent
Iannis 2 bedrooms, model u
plumbing with bath. laatory,
etc. closets In bedrooms- -near
Hallway Station. School,
The Undo wind nnd high al
titude Insures your hnv
lug a cool, crisp climate. Will
be rented furnished in
Price unfurnished, $20.00.
Price famished, $
Trent Trust Cot; Ltd.
rcrvlco to 250 guests, the lOtillon fa
vors lire cliaigcd with miother $25,
000., and music nnd llowcis and
"pi ecu decorations for a tropic set
ting" were tesponslble for nn outlay
of HO, Olio. more.
About now we look for n lifting of
horrified bands and a raising of oul
laged Milces that theso large sums
should be tlius lavlshcJ wantonly.
Hint they wcro not put wheio they
would do some good to buy Ico for
tho poor, for Instance. Such an up
lalslng and uplifting generally fol
lows these prodlgulltlcs of tho few
millionaires who occasionally-separate
from their money, nnd It would
violate precedent should they be
wanting in this case.
Tho trouble with these rctibors Is
that their bialu cells are not so tolled
that they think clearly. Miss Mnr
Joilo (lould's papa Is an eminently
bard-headed gentleman who docs not
often blow himself, and If he rates to
let looie tome hundred thousand va
riously won shckols to glvo .Murjorlo
a super-royal coming-out party tho
est of us ought to look on with ap
plause. Such conduct Is not only n
matter entirely permnal but It tcmU
to put back into general circulation
n lot of dollars which might other-
wise be hoarded away In Western Un
ion or Wabash certificates of stock.
Let us believe that the demands of
tho Smart Set may hnve some value.
Any time that n fair daughter's de
but, or any other social function, can
Jar a Dfty-mtlllonnlro bard enough to
shake fiom his grasp tho looso change
which the caterer and the llorist, the
jeweler mid tho bandmaster, the wait
cr and the hnck-drlyer can carry
home for tlio landlord or the butcher
oi tho grocer or the gas man, let us
arise and call that function blessed.
Ilesldcj all this, George may have
been jealous of tho reputation .ns u
hot sport of his sister's lute husband,
who is said to hao spent $10,000,
000. of Could money In eight years
without turning a lilr or showing
other signs of distress.
If any of Hawaii's rich men wish
tc spend their money In this way, it
Is at least better than sending it
ubroHil for Investment.
(Continued from Pa;re -
"Ily tho Mongolia, sailing January
30th. wo forwarded sonio (our thou
sand' pieces of first class matter by
mail, as well as a large number bf
foldors und marked newspapers. Ily
the Mouna, sailing jestenlay, wo
mailed several hundred marked copies
of our dally papers referring to tho
visit of those prominent rnllwaj oflW
clals. Mr. B. B. Calvin and Mr. W, II.
Bancroft. Theso wo sent to tho rail
road editors of some one hundred nndt
fifty leading papers., distributing the!
remaining copies nmong rnllwny anil
fcteauihliip men generally.
"Wo have reason to expect much
from tho tslt of Messrs. Calvin and
Hnncwft. These gentlemen will be
dlllRcntl Interviewed (in, nil tlioj
may have to say about the Islands will
bo read with Intotest by over' leading
railway and steamship man in lliel
country. The coining of tho Santa I"e
party, bended by Mr. J. W. Kcndilck,
OUR STOCK OF
, in both
GLACE and SUEDE
BLACK and WHITE
H at present in first class shape to
fill all orders for the .University and
other balls. ORDER NOW.
bccond lee piesldent, will c.uute nitirh
additional comment and tcive to still
further atltnct nttelitloil lo Hawnll.
"Tho Tcnyo Marti, dtlo to sail 1-Vli
ruiir Slh or 'Jib, will also carry n ten
heavy mull; over, three thousand
pieces' tif fit st class matter, besides
folders and marked copies of our dall
papers. Theso roach eveiy state In
die Union ns well ns every prmltne
"Kacli mall to hand brings nn In
creasing number of letters from i eople
of small means, say, with from $:i
to $lo.oon, who nre planning to conn
to Hawaii to see what the chances me
hole. We aio also getting moie com
munlcatlotis from Uio class of pcopb
whoc Incomes have built up and made
Southern California prospemus a
ulna of residents (ho Promotion f'ni
mltteo Is diligently and sysletiintle.il
ly seeking to Inteiest In the Islands
"While the present season f t.H"l
Is most satlsftictoiy, 1 believe II !
safe to predict that the reiison fm
10n019in will see nn Increase of m
least, twenly-ilvc. If not, full flfiv pei
cent in tho number of vlsltms We
may also expect u satlsfiictnrv jw
"It Is difficult to npprnUe the value
of tho advertising we nre receiving '
the Peail Hnrliur developments an.i
tho establishment on tho Island "i
Oahu of a largo military iist N"
city, tho world over, is more tlmnuii'li
ly before the piildlc today than Ilmio
"Ily March 10th, our tllstilbutliui of
folders at Colombo will be under wuv
1 believe this campaign wilt result In
cur securing u larger number of stop
overs from tho constantly Incrcasim:
"A letter from St. Joseph Mn . t"
hand by last mall, states that the will
er Is making up n parly lo lit Il.i
wall and asks to bo supplied with ml
dltlounl advertising mailer.
"Ily last mall, wo received the com
for tho steclnl led plate owrpilni ;
Hammond & Co.'s. map of the WiaM
mi Equivalent Projections. I lisikeil
over tho copy carefully and aMer nut
lug ti few additions and correctlon
was nblo to return tho mnp bv lie
Mongolia. We may expert conipl. ii il
topics of this valuable travel mail i"
the mlildlo of March.
"Tho editor of tho 'Calirntnla Mir
nzlno' vrltcs that tbey have Ju u add
ed flvo new hut well kimun nun in
their staff and nro prepailiu in lm-h
their vnltinble publication with vlRnr
We arc asked to furnish a inimin i ni
articles on Hawaii which will be puh
llshed without cost.
. "A gentleman writes fiom Hunknv
Chlnn.usking to be supplied with nm
pamphlets which ho will nmli unke i
place lo Hnwall's udvanti-ge
"Tho South Mnnchmla Itallv ,i
Company write asking to In rmnlshed
with our advertising manor and ex
prcus a desire to.onlpr Into friendly le
Intionu with ,th'u; Hytu.ili I'niiuotlon
CyuinJ.! U'C. offCtfng.lo iCclpioc.itn In
every way possible.
"A letter fiom tho Waster Com
puny of Seattle, dealers' Jn MoicopU
cons, elc.j slnle that their llliistrated
lectures on Hawaii are In uso nil ovei
the Norlhvvest. They ask Ifor nddi
llonnl matter In order lo revise Oieli
lectures. We nre sending a set of fish
plates, suggesting thnt they have sev
oral colored lantein slides of thec
niauc lip to mill to their lecture.
"Wo nro now miming the colored
llsh slblei at our cpilly lecture In Los
Angeles with good effect.
(Signed) "II. p. WOOD.
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED '
! : ..
l'cr Rtmr. Mnuni Loa, Slmerson, for
Maul and llnwall ports, I-'oli, n. Dr.
Derby, JIis. W I. lliirham, W. J. Cu
ills. i:, H. Hart rather Cliarles, C.
waller and part v. 13. Parish and wlfo
J. O. Young. (,leo .1 Campbell. .Miss A.
Thompson, Itev. While, wlfo nnd
daughter. Mis II. C Hapal.
Perstmr. W (5 Hull. Thompson, for
Ivatial. Kcb. 4 -It. W. Stevens, It. A
Kcarns, It. O. Hindcrson, A. Lnrnach,
Mrs. A. Lelelvvl, A dumbs, .Mrs. 13. C
Wagner, A. 1 Kiitulsen.
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The Aniorlcnh-llnwnllnn liner Mex
ican sails tills afternoon at 5 o'cto.'k
for Sail 1'rahcl.sco. She will take V
000 Ions of sugnr from Honolulu, 7i"0
Ions from Knanapall, 4H0 tons fiom
Knhutul, and lSJill Ions from Hllo.
Iltsldes sugnr, she will take u lingo
shipment of canned plucnpplcH and
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The xtenundilp Pleiades will sail
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lulu rob. 8. The Mlssuurlan, which
left PiiRct Sound FVdi. 2, will be hero
on the 10th Inst. She will be follow
ed by the Columbian, sailing from
Seattle Keb. 18.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Feb. 3, 1909,
from 10:30 a m. to 4 p. m.
Western & llnvvn tnvsl Co Ltd To"
Hentlitta Kisbel Par ltd
Henrietta I'lshel and hsb lb Jacob
W Sack I)
Jacob W Sack nnd wf to Western &
Haw n Invst Co Ltd M
A Low Is Jr and wf to John Kekaula.l)
Constantino Kcrrelrn nnd hsb to Pol
ly Knlita I)
Warren Ilenford to H W Clark ...Ilcl
James S Chapman to Hnwn Trust Co
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.1 H HornborgOr Tr to Olo Omiind
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'There N no cettalnty of our
Hacks being carried up (lullck ave
nue." said MniuiRer llallentyne of the
Ilapld Transit Company this noon.
"We hnve a quarry up tho valley
which wo have been showing to bld
dtis for the construction of Pearl
'llaibor dock. If nny of these men
t,et tho contract and want the lock
' ... ..l.rtll .....I., .1.1.. ..,., mat. frnnlti till
,1U mitiii ,'1 wiiiiim 3 'ui ,fi, ....u ...
Ilieie. Hut In nny case I think wo
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the load and not Interfere with the
truffle of the street, which Is, I
think, ns wide as Xiiunntt Btreet."
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